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Coral reefer

BOD
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And it's gonna depend on the amount of chloramine in the water to start with, which can vary widely.
You must not have gotten the same meter a super me. Mine give up to like 19,999 gal for each of 5 stages
 

scuzy

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And it's gonna depend on the amount of chloramine in the water to start with, which can vary widely.
You must not have gotten the same meter a super me. Mine give up to like 19,999 gal for each of 5 stages
I bought the 8000 unit isn't that 3 digits? I haven't powered it on yet to try.


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scuzy

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I stand corrected the meter does more digits as I watch a video of it powered on.


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Flagg37

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Man, that’s a crazy amount of water made each month. That’s a big reason I went to a no water change design. I would have 50 gallons all made up for emergencies and so I had some ready if I was giving/selling livestock, but otherwise it was just fresh water for the ATO which used about a gallon/day.
 

scuzy

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Well I had a leak in my return plumbing. Using those eshopp flex time. Turns out the hole I sawed in my stand wasn't sanded off so over time the vibration was rubbing against it like a saw. Slow cut. So I duct taped the hole and replaced the tube.




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scuzy

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It's for my returns. It makes rooting to the sump easier through three back of stand and so on.


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scuzy

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Spa flex much stronger.

Of course it is but right now I can't bend it the way I need it to get it in the back and into sump. If tank was empty not a problem. I fixed the leaking issue and patched the rough edges on the hole cut so no more rubbing and sawing.


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rygh

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Spa flex much stronger.
Yes.
But depending on the brand/type, it may not bond well to PVC fittings.
The black ultra-flex that Marine Depot used to sell definitely had issues.

If it has to flex: I rather like the Ehiem tubing, with barbed fittings and a nice hose clamp.
 

Coral reefer

BOD
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Yes.
But depending on the brand/type, it may not bond well to PVC fittings.
The black ultra-flex that Marine Depot used to sell definitely had issues.

If it has to flex: I rather like the Ehiem tubing, with barbed fittings and a nice hose clamp.
Barb and clamp works w that stuff good too.
 
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